The shape of the face plays a major role in selecting the right spectacle frames, but there are also other factors to consider. An experienced optician will recognise quickly what type of spectacle frames are right for their patient's type and face shape. This is because opticians know the two basic types: first, the type of person who wants "non-spectacles" – spectacle frames that blend as harmoniously as possible into the face and are largely inconspicuous. The second type of spectacle wearer is more motivated by fashion and accordingly sees their spectacles as a fashion accessory. Are these really the only two "categories"? We looked into the matter in detail and found some exciting results. There are basically, three distinct groups of spectacle wearers.
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Two things are important when buying new spectacles: optimum and relaxed vision as well as a great appearance.
BETTER VISION asks spectacle frames manufacturer Menrad: What are the current trends in fashionable eyewear and spectacle frame brands?
If you no longer like your spectacle frames, but the lenses are still perfectly customized to your eyesight condition, how can the optician help you in your search for a new model?